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Re: Desktop NetBSD needs your help


Arnaud Lacombe <lacombar%gmail.com@localhost> writes:

> Sorry to feed the troll, but ...

We're finishing soon.

> On Sat, Feb 7, 2009 at 10:30 PM, Aleksej Saushev <asau%inbox.ru@localhost> 
> wrote:
>> And all this is done under false premises that:
>> a) everything connected to Linux is bad and evil;
> Linux *is* bad and evil.
>> d) truck has to look like "Kommunar" of 20's or "Stalinets" of 30's
>> to be functional at all, and its functionality should be similar
>> if not the same.
> Please do not finish with such an example. Stuff from the 20', 30' and
> from soviet union time have nothing to do in the conversation.

There is hidden reference to Leningrad engineering school of 1920-30s in
original analogy. That school affected Leningrad industry and academia
heavily, you can find traces of that "ugly tool" idea in many things.
For instance in design of clothes for outdoor sports (like mountaineering).


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